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Solicitors at "growing risk of claims" for...

Posted in Professional Negligence on 15th Aug 2019
There has been a sharp increase in the number of professional negligence actions arising from solicitors under-settling personal injury and medical negligence claims, according to a specialist barrister. Richard Beaty was featured on litigationfutures.com, explaining: “Publicly available and reliable market data for professional indemnity claims is scarce [but] there is growing perception amongst our insurer and professional clients that the under-settlement of personal and medical injury claims is on the rise.” Beaty added that the change in...

The Basics Of Contracts: Breach And Remedy

Posted in Civil Disputes on 19th Nov 2019
Breach and Remedy of Contracts In this series, James Spargo Litigation Executive (BA Hons, GCILEx) will look at the very basics of contracts. The Specters team are always happy to provide advice on all types of contracts. Often when we think of contracts, we think of lengthy documents in small print full of legal jargon. However, a contract can be as simple as exchanging money for a packet of mints in a corner shop. In such a case, you don’t even need to say anything to the shopkeeper, the mere fact of the exchange of goods for money is enough for...

The Basics Of Contracts: How A Contract Is...

Posted in Civil Disputes on 18th Nov 2019
How is a contract formed? In this series, James Spargo Litigation Executive (BA Hons, GCILEx) will look at the very basics of contracts. The Specters team are always happy to provide advice on all types of contracts. There are three basic things needed for a contract to be formed: Offer and acceptance Consideration Intent to create legal relations Offer and acceptance Although this is a surprisingly complicated area and there has been a lot of debate among the Courts about when and where an offer is made, for the vast majority of contracts, this...

Brexit Uncertainty And Road Traffic Accidents...

Posted in Personal Injury on 13th Nov 2019
Originally, the UK was meant to leave the EU on 31st March 2019, then it was 31st October and now, with an upcoming general election, the new proposed date to leave the EU is 31st January 2020. However, this is an ever moving situation and no one can say for certain if the UK will leave with or without a deal on this date or, indeed, at all. You may ask what has Brexit got to do with having a road traffic accident abroad? Currently, if you are injured in a road traffic accident whilst in another EU country or European Economic State then you can...
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